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For my first visit, a friend and I shared 6 savory dishes, including the "coffin bread" and 1 dessert. The first three items that arrived at our table included the smoked duck, the bbq pork fried rice and the grilled Taiwanese sausage. The fried rice was good, if nothing special. I enjoyed both the duck with its crispy skin and the slight sweetness of the sausages, which when eaten with a piece of raw garlic, had a great savory component to them.

Following the sausages, came the broiled leafy greens and the leek pie, which was shaped more like an empanada. I liked how the greens still had a crunch to them and of course, being cooked with pork made my taste buds really happy. The leek pie, which also had glass noodles as part of the filling, was my least favorite of the bunch. It was too greasy and the leek/noodle filling had an aftertaste that wasn't working for me at all.

At last, the "coffin bread" arrived and what a sight! The bread, which was golden brown, was hollowed out and filled with the creamy vegetable chowder. The top part of the bread that was cut off, served as the lid and you can see the soup dripping down the sides of the bread box itself. Of course, we devoured that bread lid first, which was crispy and toasted to perfection and it's where you can first get a hint of what the soup will taste like.

Finally, I took a spoonful of the soup and while there weren't any bold flavors, it was rich, thick, creamy and filling. As we ate into it more, we started breaking off pieces of the bread walls to eat as well. Amazingly enough, even as we ate towards the bottom of this bread box, the bread still retained is crispy, toasty qualities. Personally, I don't really like the "coffin bread" reference because to me, it's more of a comfort food, especially during those colder months of the year when you want and need some warmth going into all your nooks and crannies. Come on, how can you go wrong with toasted bread and soup?

I don't even know how we had room for dessert, but we did and ordered the strawberry slush, which basically is just condensed milk poured over shaved ice topped with sliced strawberries - simple ingredients that definitely took care of my sweet tooth. I only wish that they had smaller more individual orders because our order was huge and was really more for 4, maybe, even 6 people as opposed to just 2.

With around 100 food items on their menu and I'm not even counting the beverages or desserts, Pa Pa Walk definitely offers a variety of Taiwanese foods. In writing this blog entry, it reminds me that I've only covered 10% of their menu. Considering that I really enjoyed both meals, even with a couple of exceptions, perhaps it's time for a re-visit and it's a place you my consider checking out for the first time yourself.

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★★★★☆

For my first visit, a friend and I shared 6 savory dishes, including the "coffin bread" and 1 dessert. The first three items that arrived at our table included the smoked duck, the bbq pork fried rice and the grilled Taiwanese sausage. The fried rice was good, if nothing special. I enjoyed both the duck with its crispy skin and the slight sweetness of the sausages, which when eaten with a piece of raw garlic, had a great savory component to them.

Following the sausages, came the broiled leafy greens and the leek pie, which was shaped more like an empanada. I liked how the greens still had a crunch to them and of course, being cooked with pork made my taste buds really happy. The leek pie, which also had glass noodles as part of the filling, was my least favorite of the bunch. It was too greasy and the leek/noodle filling had an aftertaste that wasn't working for me at all.

At last, the "coffin bread" arrived and what a sight! The bread, which was golden brown, was hollowed out and filled with the creamy vegetable chowder. The top part of the bread that was cut off, served as the lid and you can see the soup dripping down the sides of the bread box itself. Of course, we devoured that bread lid first, which was crispy and toasted to perfection and it's where you can first get a hint of what the soup will taste like.

Finally, I took a spoonful of the soup and while there weren't any bold flavors, it was rich, thick, creamy and filling. As we ate into it more, we started breaking off pieces of the bread walls to eat as well. Amazingly enough, even as we ate towards the bottom of this bread box, the bread still retained is crispy, toasty qualities. Personally, I don't really like the "coffin bread" reference because to me, it's more of a comfort food, especially during those colder months of the year when you want and need some warmth going into all your nooks and crannies. Come on, how can you go wrong with toasted bread and soup?

I don't even know how we had room for dessert, but we did and ordered the strawberry slush, which basically is just condensed milk poured over shaved ice topped with sliced strawberries - simple ingredients that definitely took care of my sweet tooth. I only wish that they had smaller more individual orders because our order was huge and was really more for 4, maybe, even 6 people as opposed to just 2.

With around 100 food items on their menu and I'm not even counting the beverages or desserts, Pa Pa Walk definitely offers a variety of Taiwanese foods. In writing this blog entry, it reminds me that I've only covered 10% of their menu. Considering that I really enjoyed both meals, even with a couple of exceptions, perhaps it's time for a re-visit and it's a place you my consider checking out for the first time yourself.

Pros: Inexpensive, Unique, Over 100 Menu Items

Cons: Can't accommodate large groups, hard to find

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They serve Taiwanese food usually a single dish type. I love their dessert especially their shave ice. One order could feed up to five people. My favorite one would be mango shave ice but usually that one is seasonal.

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★★★☆☆

They serve Taiwanese food usually a single dish type. I love their dessert especially their shave ice. One order could feed up to five people. My favorite one would be mango shave ice but usually that one is seasonal.

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Pa Pa Walk gives a huge bucket amount of shaved ice. I ordered their large mango shaved ice and got a lot more than expected. It was delicious and huge. They were really generous in their condensed milk and mangos.

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★★★★☆

Pa Pa Walk gives a huge bucket amount of shaved ice. I ordered their large mango shaved ice and got a lot more than expected. It was delicious and huge. They were really generous in their condensed milk and mangos.

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the food here is mediocore. good if you're hungry and relatively inexpensive.

the real reason people come here is for the shaved huge. you can order a large for $10 and it would easily fill 4-6 people. the mango shaved ice is delicious. fresh, ripe, juicy hawaiian mangos, a scoop of mango ice cream, and some kind of syrup are used to flavor the ice. it's delicious. they also have strawberry, red bean, etc.

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★★★★☆

the food here is mediocore. good if you're hungry and relatively inexpensive.

the real reason people come here is for the shaved huge. you can order a large for $10 and it would easily fill 4-6 people. the mango shaved ice is delicious. fresh, ripe, juicy hawaiian mangos, a scoop of mango ice cream, and some kind of syrup are used to flavor the ice. it's delicious. they also have strawberry, red bean, etc.

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